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Schizophrenia Symptoms

Summary: Defines the mental disorder, Schizophrenia. Explains that there are different types of schizophrenia and they each have different symptoms and affect a person's life in different ways. Explores causes and treatments.
Schizophrenia is a complex disorder of the brain, which is incurable but treatable to live a close to a normal life. There are different types of schizophrenia and they each have different symptoms and affect a person's life in different ways.

Schizophrenia is a disease that ebbs and flows, which means that the people with the disease have acute periods called relapses. This is when a person with schizophrenia experiences a number of sensations that are an addition to their usual feelings, and because they are additions, they are called "positive symptoms." The term "positive symptoms" does not mean it is positive in the sense that it is wanted or a positive thing to have. They are hallucinations, and delusions and they are believed to be triggered by stress. The other type of symptoms is "negative symptoms", which are subtractions from the normal amount of feelings, some of...

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